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. solutionism. the new optimism. >>> florida congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz came on cnn to set the record straight last night about some of her most recent controversial statements. one of which is accusing a writer of misquoting her comment about republicans in israel to an audience of jewish democrats. phillip klein is that editorial writer for the washington examiner. he saw my conversation with the dnc chair last night and he wanted to come in to respond to her accusations about reporting. of course we said yes come on. phillip is going to watch what she said in my interview along with you and me and then respond. >> if you look at what "the examiner," which is a conservative blog site. so it is not surprising that they would deliberately misquote me. i'll reiterate they did deliberately misquote me. first they took only the first line of what i said and then they cut it off. and so you haven't played the rest of what i said. and what they did was they reported that i said that republican policies were dangerous for israel. and actually that's what am
with the epa. start with debbie wasserman schultz she lives, the nine is it then she denies that she lied and is still on tape guilty as charged. what in the world? this is the chair of the dnc >> a potential nominee remember the marathon man? if he did it at all. lou: is that your answer as the chair of the party and ally 34? -- life through her teeth? also i have a 50-inch vertical leap. [laughter] >> i admirer the commitment to truth. i know they talked about already and with medicare funding. lou: that would be you and your friends line for that 700 people out of medicare for? robert. you do not remember this because you have been away and italy. [laughter] >> >> really wanted to ask about debbie wasserman schultz. >> she did not remember saying it. >> negative remember denying it. [laughter] >> to not think that everything you say is not being recorded? >> to be substantive and mitt romney talks about zero-based foreign-aid going at zero every year. >> that is not what he said. lou: what you talking about? >> he said we evaluate commitments of other countries. lou: you will tell me w
to be dried up. you made it in from out of the pouring rain in charlotte. >> debbie wasserman schultz, 94 being with us. -- thank you for being with us. >> what is a successful convention for the democrats? >> a successful convention will be people saying they like barack obama as much as i used to like him. they will also say they have a better idea of what four more years will look like. >> what do you think? >> you cannot have the same magic in any re-election. you can try to look forward. delegates want to hear what is going on in the next four years. they don't blame him for anything and they're not angry. they are not worried but that it wants to see the vision for the next four years. >> why is that so hazy te? why isn't barack obama saying elect me and you will see these things? >> they claim they do that. of materialreams that is on the table. >> it is not necessarily the lack of anything. we're talking about incremental change here. >> optimistic >> were in our the delegates in november? they aret think despondent at all. i think they felt more energetic and they looked appalled
raise more money. who knew he ever allowed rules to impede him? debbie wasserman schultz has been caught on national television saying anything other than the truth. she was lying. same republican criticism is dangerous for israel. but last 95 accused "the examiner" of misquoting her. >> i did not say that. unfortunately that was reported by a conservative newspaper not surprising they would deliberately misquoted me. >> and faced with that denial was forced to release the tape and listen to her yourself. >> while the republicans -- there is. there are lots of things she could do but denial is a difficult option. nickelodeon condemned it jason diggs after treating obscene comments about paul ryan's wife during the national convention. so disgusting they are not to repeatable and then nickelodeon was promoting the twitter nickelodeon was promoting the twitter page and now they issued a statement saying his comments did not reflect their rebellious and liberals manufacture the republicrepublic anwr on women? really? just minutes away to the democratic national convention. says it get bette
at chumps. >> i had something at the hands of debby wasserman schultz. >> the only hitch was the awful noise coming from the hotel room next to mine, turns out debby wasserman schultz practicing her speech for the democratic national convention in charlotte next week, bless her heart. (laughter) >> you know-- (applause) >> i don't think she has much of a sense of humor. you know. >> i think mike huckabee's comment was an example of how he isn't familiar with the voice of a strong woman. >> oh, really? >> oh. >> can i let you in on a little secret. it's obviously true she has never met janet huckabee, my wife of 38 years. and you know, i thought it was a pretty tame joke and a show after all. even chris christie disappointed some people because he spoke from the podium instead of throwing it at the audience. [applause] >> we're demanding that our leaders stop tearing each other down and work together to take action on the big things facing america. >> and marco rubio, he delivered one of the most powerful speeches at this or any other conventions i've attended, pulled his punches on the pr
. examine the dnc chairwop, debbie wasserman schultz. first, a look how the democrats' platform has changed when it comes to god and israel. there are big changes ahead from the journalist of fox news on this tuesday, fox report live from charlotte, north carolina. and the floor of the democratic national convention, this is america's choice for news examine information on cable. it is great to have you with us. charlotte, north carolina [ female announcer ] you want family dinner to be special. dad, we want pizza. you guys said tacos. [ female announcer ] it doesn't always work out that way. you know what? we're spending too much money on eating out anyway. honey, come look at this. [ female announcer ] my money map from wells fargo is a free online tool that helps you track your spending. so instead of having to deal with a tight budget, d havefree online tool that helps you track your spending. a tighter family. ♪ wells fargo. together we'll go far. uh, trouble with a car insurance claim. ah, claim trouble. [ dennis ] you should just switch to allstate, and get their new claim tisfacti
after debbie wasserman schultz was challenged on remarks she made to a group of jewish voters, giving them talking points on attacks against jewish democrats, and the issue of israel. she was giving them the talking points and she said something that became controversial, and now she has been questioned about that. so there are two separate issues, the platform and what debbie wasserman schultz has said about it. joining me is howard tkerbg *p dershowitz. a law professor and an author. i know you're upset over this. let's start before we get to debbie wasserman schultz's comments, let's talk about the platform. what specifically is it about the platform that you are upset with? >> for the first time in my memory at least the platforms of the two parties seem to deliver on israel. israel has always been a bipartisan issue. from 1948 until the present moment there has never been any difference really between the democratic and republican positions on israel. and now the new democratic platform has eliminated reference to jerusalem as the capitol of israel, has eliminated references to t
for the democratic party is debbie wasserman schultz and she said she had never said something that she actually did say when it came to the topic of republicans and how israelis feel about them. now, listen to this tape because then it was exposed that this actually had been on tape after she went on several broadcasts and said that she had never said it. >> steve: shear what -- >> brian: she blamed the croppist. >> steve: here is what the croppist wrote. debbies wasserman schultz claimed the ambassador accused republicans of being dangerous to israel by criticizing president obama's record. okay. then here is the quotation from debbie wasserman schultz. that comment was reported by a conservative newspaper. it's not surprising they would deliberately misquote me. >> brian: that's where the plot thickens because they are not misquoting at all. >> steve: philip klein produced the audio tape. here she is caught in the action of telling a fib. >> we go and i've heard michael orrin say this that the republicans are doing is dangerous to israel. they're undermining israel's security. >> brian: you can't
the decision was reversed you write in your book that karl rove and others, debbie wasserman schultz pressured brinker to back down on the position that you had taken. now we've gotten in touch with both karl rove and debbie wasserman schultz and spokes people for them say that did not take place, karl rove is denying any involvement, wasserman schultz is saying -- he says mrs. handle's account is not accurate and wasserman schultz says characterization of the call to nancy bringer as threatening could not be further from the truth. i can only relate how it was related to me when events were unfolding. what i can tell you is that, it is without question that komen was on the receiving end of a bullying beat-up by planned parenthood and the left. the organization was receiving bomb threats. we had congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz was weighing in, no question trying to pressure the organization. corporate sponsors were being contacted and told, see what we're doing to komen if you don't stop supporting them, you're next. that's bullying to the absolute definition of it. >> you claim that y
around the country are completely freaking out. tonight, dnc chairwoman debbie wasserman schultz on the republican chaos. the romney camp wants to talk redistribution? >> the president saying he likes redistribution. i disagree. >> tonight, a lesson on upwards redistribution with dean baker. plus, ohio senator sherrod brown, on the 47% fallout in ohio. and could paul ryan actually lose two elections, in one night? i'll ask ryan's congressional opponent if the candidate stands a chance in janesville. >> president obama's policies are feverishly putting more people in the column of takers than makers. >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. mitt romney cannot escape his 47% comment and the undercover tape exposing it. many republicans are running for cover after these comments set off a chain reaction in the republican party. >> well, there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president, no matter what. all right? there are 47% who are with him, who are dependent on him, who believe that they are victims. who believe that government has a responsibility to care to them.
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-- >> tonight, dnc chairwoman debbie wasserman-schultz on the democratic effort to get out the vote in iowa and beyond. >>> "mother jones" unearthed yet another lost romney tape from his bain years. >> bain capital is an investment partnership. >> i'll ask robert reich what mitt romney means when he says he's harvesting companies. >>> if it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down. >> and the guy who has no idea what he's talking about when it comes to women has the nerve to call senator claire mccaskill unladylike. we'll bring you the latest on the todd akin disaster. good to have you with us tonight, folks. thank for watching. iowa kicked off the 2012 election in january. today it was the first state where people could cast their votes in person for the general election. the race is on. the race has been tight in iowa, but president obama has the momentum. the latest ten-day poll average from "real clear politics" shows president obama with nearly a five-point lead. iowa voters were out in full force starting at 7:00 this morning. one election com
they looked disorganized. megyn: the problem for the democrats is that now debbie wasserman schultz wants us to believe that this was just -- it wasn't an intentional omission, that it was some sort of technical error, and yet you have at least half, from just an estimate as an observer of the delegates standing up and forcefully saying that they want that out, they did not want to vote for that to go back in. listen to how debbie wasserman schultz described it and listen to stephanie cutter who is the deputy campaign manager. >> was it an omission, was it intentional. >> it was not an omission and not intentional, absolutely not. >> how did it get out there? >> well, like i said sometimes there are technical corrections. we have to make technical corrections to legislation on the house floor all the time. there's been some pretty key words missing from legislation the republicans have put out on the house floor in congress and it happens. >> he hadn't read it. and, you know, when he found out about these two things they were, you know, under any circumstances they were a mistake, and he sai
wasserman-schultz chair of the democratic party insisted the party is not only for women but all about women. . >> with so many women speakers and women comprising 50% of the delegates, the women's caucus held two sessions to fire up the party faithful. >> i think that we have to do is make sure that women understand that the republicans find ways toward policies that are bad for women, bad our health, bad our our job security and damaging to our children. >> i believe that is what is critical is that women know who they are voting for this november and they know that person's record on women's health, on our economic equality, violence against women. i want to make sure that the women of this country and the men who care about them are making an informed choice. >> reporter: even the hispanic caucus looks like a women's caucus. >> yes, we can. >> first lady, michelle obama, made a surprise appearance, calling on this important demographic to get out the vote. >> all on the line. >> away from the convention floor, dozens of events focused on women.despite a counter demon on the streets of ch
friend, congresswoman and democratic party chair, debbie wasserman schultz. when she reached center stage, giffords led the audience in reciting the pledge of allegiance. >> i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. [ applause ] >> giffords was shot in the head in an attack that left six other people dead in january of 2011. she spent the last year and a half learning how to walk and talk again. the appearance brought back memories of last august when giffords made a surprise visit to the capitol to vote on raising the debt ceiling. lawmakers from both parties rose to their feet giving her a lengthy ovation. giffords resigned from congress this year but helped her former aid, ron barber, win a special election for her seat. ron barber was one of those wounded in the shooting. giffords launched a political action committee. they will support democratic candidates dedicated to compromise and bipartisanship. >>> "moneywatch" time on a friday. market rally on ac
martes. la congresista de la florida y presidenta del comite nacional democrata debbie wasserman schultz dio por inaugurada la convencion democrata este martes. (17:00:42) pero fue la primera dama quien en la presentacion estelar, quiso pintar 1 imagen humana de su marido. el alcalde de san antonio, julian castro, considerado por los democratas como 1 politico promisorio, dio el discurso principal de la convencion. julian castro, alcalde de san antonio mitt romney ha pasado por una transformacion. y nosotros le diremos que no en noviembre. 6 millones de mujeres, de un total de 12 millones de latinos votaran este noviembre . melissa san miguel, delegada de california los temas que estan impactando a las jovenes latinas como seguro de salud, educacion. eso todo importa y es importante que las mujeres salgamos a votar este noviembre. la convencion tambien aprobo la plataforma electoral democrata, que incluyo un llamado a 1 reforma migratoria integral, y destacando la reciente accion diferida para jovenes indocumentados pero activistas de inmigracion realizaron un acto de desobediencia civil
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. >>> next, democrats on the attack. i'll talk with the chairwoman of the dnc, debbie wasserman schultz. [ male announcer ] if you believe the mayan calendar, on december 21st polar shifts will reverse the earth's gravitational pull and hurtle us all into space. which would render retirement planning unnecessary. but say the sun rises on december 22nd, and you still need to retire. td ameritrade's investment consultants can help you build a plan that fits your life. we'll even throw in up to $600 when you open a new account or roll over an old 401(k). so who's in control now, mayans? >>> mitt romney, quite simply, doesn't get it. a few months ago, he visited a university in ohio and gave students there a little entrepreneurial advice. start a business, he said. but how? borrow money if you have to, from your parents, he told them. gee, why didn't i think of that? >> the democratic party's rising new star, san antonio mayor julian castro, firing up the crowd and attacking mitt romney in tonight's keynote address. joining me is florida congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz. chairwoman of
with all of the details. craig. >> reporter: good evening to you. debbie wasserman schultz on the stage here and called to order here in charlotte and you megged in prime tonight. first lady michelle obama addressing the delegates and that is after keynote address tonight. president obama also had the first lady's speech on his mind. >> whatever i say here today is going to be at best, the distant second from the star of the michelle obama -- obama family, michelle obama. >> reporter: president obama told the crowd in norfolk, virginia, he would try not to get choked up. >> i will be at home and watching it with our girls, and i am going to try not to let them see their daddy cry. [ laughter ] because when michelle starts talking, i start getting all misty. >> reporter: in her speech, mrs. obama is expected to reach out to middle class voters, drawing a contrast between her husband and republican nominee mitt romney. julian castro will deliver tonight's keynote address. he is the first latino to give a keynote speech at the dnc. the democrats will renominate him on wednesday and delegat
obama intervened. we'll see what really happened. we'll ask debbie wasserman schultz who will be our guest. also joining us this morning, senator dick durbin. governor bob mcdonnell. dwyane wade, who is taking up one of the president's causes, and we'll chat with black eyed pea frontman will.i.am. "starting point" begins right now. >>> welcome, welcome, welcome, everybody. let's introduce you to our team. dana bash is with you. cnn congressional senior correspondent. chris van hollen is with us. nice to have you in person. michael crowley, deputy washington bureau chief of "time" magazine. i think we met yesterday for the first time in person. >> it was very exciting, yes. >> and our "starting point" this morning, of course, is the speech from last night. rousing endorsement of his economic policies, bill clinton really teed it up for president obama's convention closing speech. so tonight, mr. obama will make his own case for a second term in office. but last night, the former president rocked the convention hall. a speech that was vintage clinton. fiery. and kind of long. dana bash
-thir two-thirds. >> we'll discuss that and bring debbie wasserman schultz to talk about that this morning and cory booker coming up with us. tonight's coverage of the dnc continues at 7 p.m. eastern with will blitzer and anderson cooper and 10 p.m. you will hear president obama officially accept the party nomination for re-election and then at midnight piers morgan will wrap it all upright here at the cnn grill. still ahead mayor cory booker will join us and talk about what happened on the floor earlier in the day and president clinton's speech and first right to christine romans with a look at the other stories making news this morning. hey, christine. >> good morning, soledad. hurricane leslie is heading straight for bermuda. officials will are urging residents to prepare for the worst. right now leslie is a very slow-moving category 1 storm with 75 miles per hour sustained winds and it is about 445 miles southeast of bermuda and could become a category 2 hurricane by tomorrow. hurricane michael is now the first major hurricane this season. it is a category 3 in the mid-north atlantic.
schultz gaveled -- debbie wasserman schultz gaveled in the convention about 5:00 tonight. the president himself, meanwhile, is appearing in norfolk, virginia. he hammered his officerral mitt romney's economic plans and continued to drum up support in anticipation tonight from michelle obama's speech. with the delegates in the country first heard from the first lady, four years ago it was under much different circumstances than her appearance tonight will be. the deputy obama campaign manager stephanie cutter told us today that the campaign views mrs. obama as one of the biggest assets into the election. >> four years ago, you know, she was basically unknown across this untry. she isnot a politician herself. she was plucked out of, you know, out of raising her daughters in chicago to hit the campaign attempt so, four years ago in denver, it was really an introduction to the american people of who michelle obama was. >> reporter: well, can you watch that entire interview with the obama campaign deputy campaign manager on www.myfoxdc.com. she also talked about how the campaign got its stor
and israel. debby wasserman schultz was quoted earlier as israel's ambassador to the united states michael lauren, she said that he said that republicans are dangerous for israel. warren respond today her accusation with a statement saying, i categorically denied that i everble policies as harmful to israel, bar partisan support is paramount national interest for israel and we have great fwrendz on both sides of the aisle. wasserman says her words were twisted on purpose. >> i didn't say he said that and unfortunately, that that comment was reported by a conservative newspaper, not surprising that they would deliberately misquote me. guess what surfaced shortly after that interview, a tape of wasserman schultz actually saying just what she had denied saying. >> we know and i've heard no less than dr. michael orrin say this what the republicans are doing is dangerous for israel. >> oh, okay. well, joining me now, deputy speaker of the israel, author of the book "israel, the will to prevail", danny, great to see you again. [applause]. >> great to be here. >> israel was uncharacteristically a
>> jnis i congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz of florida who also chairs the democratic national committee. good afternoon. >> good afternoon, martin. great to be with you. >> what happened? anyone, even mitt romney, was supposed to be winning the white house. is i m? isl9%ax rate? is it the fact he dismisses 47% of the american people? i mean, i could keep going, but would you like to tell me why? >> well, can i pickd," all of the above? it's really been astonis t wami romney engage in what has been the most divisive, exclusive presidential campaign ever run by a candidate. from the revelation that he is just disssive of 50% othe coy, of the country, which includes people, martin, like seniors who have paed their whole lives in medicare and social security and deserve to have that safety net be there for them when they retire or students who are simply ying to make a better life for themselves. >> or how about serving members of the miliry? wutvi mrsth military? >> you beat me to it, exactly. or our members of our military, veterans of the armed forces who when they are finished
january of last year, 20 months ago, appeared on stage with her friend, debbie wasserman schultz, ahead of the dnc, leading the audience in the pledge of allegiance. >> i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america. and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible with liberty and justice for all. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's just an incredible moment. you hear it in here, tears in people's eyes, people clapping at 5:30 in the morning. >> and much deserved. >> john, thanks so much. we'll talk to you in just a minute on "morning joe." still ahead on "way too early" when we come back to charlotte. in sports, the nationals are great, the cubs are just horrible. last night they brawled. we'll show you, ahead in sports. >>> plus -- >> when america needed it most, who got us rolling again on the road to recovery? >> whoo! former michigan governor jennifer granholm gives a speech that is quite literally still ringing in the ears of those in the convention hall. that can't-miss clip and a check of weather when we come back from charlotte. ♪ >>>
debbie wasserman schultz practicing her speech for the democratic national convention next week. >> he hasn't been working to earn recollection. he has been working to earn a spot on the pga tour. >> jennifer: oh that of course is what happens when republicans try to be funny. we'll see if democrats can do better next tuesday night. current's coverage of the dnc ticks off at 7:00. we'll feature your tweets and what the rest of the political world is saying. thank you so much for joining us here in "the war room." have a great night. a wonderful and safe l
, their first day started with a traditional orientation breakfast. and a fired up talk by debbie wasserman schultz, national chairman of the democratic party and a popular guest on cable news shows. >> i can think of no better place to start off this convention than maryland's delegation breakfast. we know we will all wake up on the morning of november 7th with a "washington post" headline, a baltimore sun headline that says barack obama re-elected for a second term. so on to victory on november 6th. thank you very much. thank you. >> reporter: a star of the party, the florida congresswoman was making the rounds to visit several delegations with her standard stump speech praising obama and dismissing republicans. >> they seem to want to focus on the millionaires and billionaires. >> reporter: red meat speech was just what maryland state democratic party chairman yvette louis of buoy wanted to kick off the week did she deliver? >> yes, she did so excited, i'm still kind of trembling a little bit. i love her so much. she is so powerful and so positive and it's inspirational for me as a woman
, as harry noted, was gaveled into order by debbie wasserman schultz and will turn to official business and housekeeping but now as official t official delegates are making their way into the hall it's well and truly under way with a parade of speakers including the first woman bishop of the african methodist episcopal church, the leader of the international service employees international union, mary kay henry, and the first woman three-star general in the u.s. army, claudia kennedy. it's interesting, they get to make the rebuttal case as the republican had their convention last week but you can already hear a mirror image of america being presented by the speakers of this convention. earlier financial journalists and author andrew tobias spoke of the democrats' support for same-sex marriage, which was widely deplored last week in tampa and earlier one of the secretaries of the convention spoke of the passage of the affordable care act which has promised to be repealed last week. last week it got thunderous applause. back to you, judy. >> woodruff: thank you, ray, so newark mayor cory
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